Before your first treatment, a surgeon places a catheter into your abdomen or chest. The catheter tends to work better if there is adequate time—usually from 10 days to 2 or 3 weeks—for the insertion site to heal. Planning your dialysis access can improve treatment success. This catheter stays there permanently to help transport the dialysis solution to and from your abdomen.
Complications of Peritoneal dialysis Patients undergoing peritoneal dialysis may experience various medical complications when they don’t get reliable supply of vital medicines or develop other medical conditions.read more
Both haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis cause side effects.read more